Hotel Reviews

The Red Lion, Odiham

02/09/2019 by .

King John rode out of Odiham Castle to sign the Magna Carta but I suspect had the Red Lion been around back then, he might have a dallied a few more days or just stayed there and called the whole thing off.

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Fairmont St Andrews

If your ball heads towards the cold dark sea, look beyond for consolation, towards a lone fishing boat tossing on the waves. This is the boat that will catch lobster for your supper in the Fairmont St Andrew’s Bar and Grill.

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Hotel Indigo, Chester

Architectural Layers, as our room decor theme has been designated by designers,  is one of three local inspirations for this new hotel aiming to relate intimately to its surroundings

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Nutfield Priory Hotel And Spa

The house is a glorious tribute to the spirit of Neo-Gothic architecture. As is so often the case, the style looks nostalgically back to what was perceived as a Golden Age of spirituality

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The Devonshire Arms Revisited

I’ve always been wary of going back to hotels and restaurants I’ve previously enjoyed because of the risk of finding that it no longer matched our expectations.

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Resort Valle dell’Erica Thalasso & SPA, Sardinia

The night air smelled of wood smoke and myrtle as an outdoor suckling pig spit-roast slowly turned over open flames.

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Compleat Angler Hotel, Marlow   

Compleat Angler has been synonymous with day trips to the Thames for a lifetime and achieved a new measure of fame becoming the first restaurant outside London dined in by the Queen.

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